How parsnip works

November 30, -0001

parsnip was accepted to CRAN late last year. Our first blog post was a top-level introduction. Here, we will go into the design of some of the internals. If you end up looking at the package sources, there are going to be times that you might question our sanity. This post is intended to go over some design decisions and provide some context. My first solution: caret Having developed caret in early 2005, I was not prepared for what it would be like to maintain a package that wrapped more than 200 models.

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